Uzbek girl promoting the language and culture of our nation in the USA
Dilnoza Khasilova was born in Ivanovo, Russia, studied at the Smolensk University for Humanities, because of insatiable desire for knowledge, she went to the Wyoming state, United States, where she received a master's degree at the local University, and then received her doctorate in the field of literacy studies at the College of Education at the University of Wyoming. She follows the saying "Seek knowledge from cradle to grave " as the motto of her life.She promotes the Uzbek language and rich cultural heritage in Wyoming- “valley - mountain region”, which is a unique nature of the United States. Dilnoza is a scientific researcher, cultural activist, President of the Central Asian Students Association. Dilnoza Khasilova established the Center for World Languages and Culture in the framework of the project "nonformal education". The center provides interesting information about 15 foreign languages, as well as the culture of the nations. In particular, local residents show great interest in the Uzbek language, culture, and history in the center.Dilnoza was awarded “Best Student” in 2014 because of her ambition, knowledge, and initiative. In addition, she gained many other achievements. Proactive Dilnoza is considered the "Ambassador of Uzbekistan” in Wyoming in a symbolic sense. In the project "Face to face", we held a conversation with an Uzbek girl Dilnoza Khasilova, who seeks to familiarize our country in the United States, talked about her interests, dreams, and current projects.